Education is a core principal of The Millbrook Society's mission. The Society draws on its knowledge, experience, research and artifacts in designing and delivering educational activities. We can cover a wide array of topics germane to our local/area history and of interest and value to individuals, organizations, schools and the community. While our primary focus is on local history, we also welcome dialogue about any topic that is historical in nature.
Millbrook's educational initiatives include presentations, forums, archaeology, reenactments, living history, student projects, workshops and walking tours. Activities are level-appropriate, interactive, and budget-friendly. We can deliver existing programs or customize an activity to meet your needs. We conduct activities at our site or off-site at your location.
We are happy and honored to work as your education partner! If your organization is interested in having us present an activity relative to topics of local or area history, please email or call The Millbrook Society (215-957-1877 mailbox, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Presentations and Programs
The Millbrook Society leads tours highlighting Hatboro's historic buildings and sites. Staff can customize tours of varying lengths, provide learning aids, and often dress in costume to enhance the learning experience.